You're wondering about carbonating beer quickly that you want to age?
I like to force carb in the fridge too. But if it is a beer that I know I'll want some bottles laying down for awhile, Then I clean and sanitize a few bottles when I'm racking to the keg usually at room temperature. After filling the keg, purge O2, and use coopers carb tabs, fill the bottles from the keg. Cap those and set aside to forget about awhile.
Then you can chill and force carbonate the rest of the batch. When the keg blows, you still have a stash.
Primary: Spurhund Zunge (Berliner Weisse), C&C for C's (gluten free Pale Ale)
Conditioning: Pomapfelwein, Oaked Imperial Stout
Drinking: Juniper Pale Ale, Baltic Black Porter, Single Malt IPA